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The Reel Marquette

March 5, 2021

This week’s edition of Reel Marquette showcases something we haven’t seen in a while on campus: colors. Throughout the cold winter in Milwaukee, we’ve become accustomed to seeing bleak grays...

The Grammy-winning French act has announced its break up Feb. 22. Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP, File

SHAFFER: Daft Punk decides to split up after 30 years together

Tommy Shaffer, A & E Reporter March 2, 2021
After nearly 30 years together, Daft Punk decided to split up Feb. 22.
The 707 Hub provides entrepreneurship opportunities for students through resources and mentorship.

Student creates business, helps others during pandemic

Skyler Chun, Executive A&E Editor March 2, 2021
One student used her imagination, and the resources at the 707 Hub, to create a tool that would prove to be useful for others during the COVID-19 pandemic.

STEBNITZ: “The Bachelor” persists despite controversy

Mason Stebnitz, Assistant A&E Editor March 2, 2021
While "The Bachelor" is entering what is usually the most exciting episodes of the show, the bigger headlines are coming from what has happened off screen.
As the weather warms up, it could be fun to spend some time outside or take a walk around the city.

Things to do in Milwaukee this March

Ariana Madson, A&E Reporter March 2, 2021
The turn of the season brings new events and activities to do both outside and inside.
The Weeknd's most recent album

LYNCH: The Weeknd Blows Away the Super Bowl Halftime Show

Ryan Lynch, A&E Reporter February 27, 2021
With artists like Beyoncé, Michael Jackson and Prince having performed at the Super Bowl previously, it only made sense for another top artist, like The Weeknd to perform.
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The Reel Marquette

February 26, 2021

This week's edition is dedicated to our very own, Katerina Pourliakas, who has decided to take some time for herself this semester. As the photo desk, we wanted to show her our full support. Katerina...

For every 1000 followers, Facebook influencers charge an estimated $25, while Instagram is set at $10 and YouTube at $20.

SHAFFER: Social media influencers experience discrepancies in pay

Tommy Shaffer, A&E Reporter February 25, 2021
Instagram and TikTok have taken over the social media landscape and, with that, have created many opportunities for young, aspiring stars to make some money.
Exactly ten years after her debut, Black has released a remix of

IVES: Rebecca Black releases “Friday” remix on tenth anniversary

Charlotte Ives, A&E assistant editor February 24, 2021
In 2011, a 13-year-old girl uploaded a harmless music video to YouTube.

Taylor Swift fights for ownership, re-releases music

Ariana Madson, A&E Reporter February 23, 2021
When most artists announce an album release, it is of completely new content and something the fans have not heard yet. However, that is not the case for Taylor Swift.
Participants create avatars on immersive online platform, Degy World.

Students share thoughts on transition to virtual O-fest

Skyler Chun, Executive A&E Editor February 23, 2021
O-fest, or "organization fest," is a way for students to get connected on campus and explore a variety of clubs that Marquette has to offer.
Bronzeville Collective is located near the Black Holocaust Museum on the northside of downtown.

Local black-owned businesses to visit in Milwaukee

Quinn Faeth, A&E Reporter February 23, 2021
Here are some black-owned businesses near campus that students can check out.
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